Don’t we all sometimes wonder that we, humans, might not be the only ones inhabiting this vast universe? Somewhere out there, apart from aliens, there might be a universe where animals, birds, and other life forms are the protagonists. They can talk just like us, and use the same words, but with a twist.
I created this series thinking that this universe does exist and wondering how its inhabitants live their daily lives.
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Addressing The Elephant In The Room
Based on the phrase "Addressing the elephant in the room", which means there is an obvious problem or difficult situation that people do not want to discuss or talk about. The wise Prof. Dr. Trumpet raises the obvious issue.
Based on the phrase "Pig-headed", which means being stupidly stubborn or obstinate. Similar to "As stubborn as a mule". Mr. & Mrs. Piggyback do have an amusing neighbor.
Shooting Fish In A Barrier
Based on the idiom "Like shooting fish in a barrel", which means an extremely easy task or activity. Dad is extremely skeptical about his kid's over-confidence.
At A Snail's Pace
Based on the phrase "At a snail's pace", which means to move extremely slowly. Poor Bob. Committed as hell. Yet.
As Dead As A Dodo
Based on the idiom "As dead as a Dodo", which means something which is no longer alive or has gone extinct. Due to unsustainable Dodo practices, human species has gone extinct. Dodos are the dominant species on the planet. From the Poles to the Pacific, they rule. Cut to the 1930s. Gerald had the audacity of crossing the ruthless mob boss of Chicago. Poor Gerald.
Eye Of The Tiger
Based on the phrase "Eye of the Tiger", which can be used to describe someone who is focussed, determined, and has that fierce, cold, intense look in the eyes, just like that of a Tiger before it goes for the kill. Italian Tiger Tommy Balboa is gonna kick something.
Based on the term "Cannibalism", which is the act of consuming another individual of the same species as food. Well, it's self-explanatory, isn't it?
Based on the term 'Outlaw', which means a person who has broken the law, especially one who remains at large or is a fugitive. The pertinent question, however, is "Why did A, with the help of L, kill W??" If translated to Hindi, it would read "A ne W ko kyunnn maara." If you have any bright ideas, do leave it in the comments section.
Wild Goose Chase
Based on the phrase "Wild goose chase", which means a search for something that is likely to be unsuccessful and a waste of time (extremely difficult to find or doesn't exist). Even the genius Detective Ducklock Dolmes seems clueless.
Killing Two Birds With One Stone
Based on the phrase "Killing two birds with one stone", which means achieving two things/goals/objectives in a single action. Jim wants to lose some pounds but doesn't want to go to the gym. However, the alternative suggested by his colleague isn't rosy at all.
A Little Bird Told Me
Based on the idiom "A little bird told me", which is used to describe an anonymous source of information. Eric is the talk of the 'Chirpshire' town, with his 'heart-shaped' chest shave and the 'Worm-Ring'.
Hold Your Horses
Based on the phrase "Hold your horses", which is used to convey the following messages: be patient/stop and reconsider one's action or decision. Momma Mare is pretty clear on her priorities.
Based on the concept that Emojis are the protagonists/real people, and actual images of human body parts are being used by them as emojis, just like we do over here. Lover Emoji is on Cloud no. 9 after getting a reply from 'Jaanu'.
As Stubborn As A Mule
Based on the phrase "As stubborn as a mule", which means being extremely stubborn or inflexible or obstinate. Papa Mule is extremely furious, while Mama Mule is pretty chill. She knows that the fruit does not usually fall far from the tree.